On April 6th and 7th, 27 members of FCCLA traveled to Oklahoma City for the 71st Annual State Convention. Students enjoyed an informative water taxi tour, guest speakers, and FCCLA Fun Night at Frontier City. Also, we are very proud to . . .
Chris Whipple, Madison Riddle, and Trevor Wiedel auditioned and made the Oklahoma Small School All State band. They attended and performed a clinic/concert at Oklahoma City University. The band was under the direction of Dr. Timothy Rhea, . . .
Several students attended the Math and Engineering Competition held on February 9, 2017 at the Muskogee Civic Center. Levi Gassaway competed in the 10 th grade balsa wood boat competition. Taylor Davis and Matthew Clabaugh competed in the . . .
Congratulations to freshman Cara York for winning first place in the FCCLA Creed Speaking and Interpretation Region STAR Event. Cara qualified for Region competition by winning her District event and will now advance to compete at State STAR . . .
The Hilldale FCCLA Chapter hosted the 3rd Annual Gold Out Game and Chili Cook-Off for childhood cancer research on Tuesday, January 31st. Through the sale of t-shirts and chili cook-off tasting kits, over $1,600 was raised for childhood . . .
The high school faculty participated in an "Ugly Christmas Sweater" contest. The winner was Mrs. Christina Bolen! Congratulations!
Ms. Rowan and the Math Club went to the University of Oklahoma on November 16th to participate in a math day event hosted by the OU math department.
Mrs. Delay and the high school Spanish club attended a concert on December 7th. The concert was an Emir Sensini educational concert promoting continual language learning, cultural diversity, and affirmative life messages.
The Hilldale High School FCCLA chapter enjoyed their annual December celebration with a trip to Los Cabos and ice skating at the BOK Center in Tulsa on December 5th. Thirty members attended, as well as advisor Mrs. Hensley and bus driver and . . .
FCCLA members competed in District STAR Events in Sallisaw on December 8th. Jazmine Gulley competed in Recycle and Redesign, Bailee Chapman placed fourth in Cake Decorating, Aislyn Hensley placed third in Children's Literature and Cara . . .
The Academic Team recently competed in "I Want Answers" at Rogers State University. Hilldale won the first two rounds. They will return to RSU for round 3. Aislyn Hensley also captured 3rd place in the area school competition for . . .
Students in Mrs. Luther's English class participated in live readings of the play "Oedipus Rex" by Sophocles.
Congratulations to Kenzie Mize and Grant Sikes on their selection as Hilldale’s Heisman Award winners! They will attend an awards luncheon in Tulsa, where they will be recognized and have an opportunity to meet Heisman Award winners . . .
Congratulations to Kodiak Hunter and Jana Allen for being selected as Students of the Month for October!
On October 5th, Mrs. Hensley and 43 Hilldale FCCLA members attended the annual District Leadership Conference in Ft. Gibson. Nearly 300 FCCLA members from surrounding schools took part. We are especially proud of Alexandria White, who was . . .
Dylan Altman and Jack Newman represented Hilldale High School at the 2016 session of the Oklahoma American Legion Boys State, held at the NEO A&M campus in Miami, OK. Participants studied leadership, patriotism, and the government . . .
FAFSA has changed it's due date! You can now submit your 2017-18 FAFSA forms on October 1. In doing this you will use your 2015 tax statement. Both the parents' and student must have a FSA ID. You can create an FSA ID by going . . .
Hilldale High School Spanish Club recently attended a Hispanic Ballet, Latin American Fiesta, in Tulsa. It was a dazzling and colorful display of costumes, music and dance from Hispanic nations of the Caribbean, Central and South America. . . .
Mrs. Chris DeLay applied for a grant with the Hilldale Education Foundation to purchase Cool Cubes for her classroom. The grant was funded! The students really enjoy using the cool cubes and it helps them respond in real time. The . . .